A World First Technology
For over 15 years, Seeing Machines has been developing technologies focused on understanding a user’s facial characteristics in order to give machines a higher level of intelligence. With the arrival of ever more powerful and lower cost computer processing, mobile connectivity and the sophistication of sensors, machines are now able to interact with humans far more naturally than ever before. We are now leading the development of technologies that provide machines with a better understanding of dynamically changing world around them and how to empathetic towards the physiology and psychology of the person that is operating or interacting with them.
Head tracking provides precise detection and measurement of the frontal area and sides of a subject’s face and head in real time.
The fully automatic, camera-based technology of Seeing Machines returns a comprehensive model of the face that includes the coordinates of all facial features, their current state and their rate of change.
This includes a very accurate measure of blink rate and eyelid aperture
Eye Gaze Tracking
Eye gaze tracking is the measurement of where a person is looking. By directing a safe invisible light source at the subject’s eye and then using a special camera to track the glint, we can interpret precisely where or what the subject is looking at.
When we combine this information with a precise understanding of the read world environment (such as the cabin of a car or cockpit of an airplane) gaze tracking can be used in real-time to help assess exactly how the subject is processing their visual surroundings.